Books spread over the kitchen table, managing the education of a senior and a sophomore.
Facilitating an awesome Sunday morning program, discovering techniques to equip volunteers, children with special needs, and their families.
Being swept off my feet to do the 2 step, as a young man expressed his joy of living and returning to work, after a 4 month recovery from a ATV accident.
Curled up in my chair, hand quilting my 11 year sewing project.
Brainstorming business plans and projects, joyfully anticipating another fun year of work in 2016
(i love my job).
Softening my hard heart, facilitating a mission project with a herd of 6th graders.
Ending my work days with family time, laughing and outsmartassing each other.
Standing over a 50 year old man in awe and wonder, watching steam rise from his body on a cool crisp morning, as his life ends unexpectedly.
Experiencing one of the most beautiful sunrises, thinking about how short our gift of life really is.
My days are long and full. I am thankful for all the events I get to experience and very thankful for those that "do life" with me.
I am tired, but look forward to another 7 days.